DUANE “Dog” Chapman is helping his daughter-in-law grace the cover of Inked Magazine after ending his feud with his kids.
Dog, 67, had been on the outs with his family because of his relationship with his late wife Beth's friend Moon Angell.
Dog's son Leland Chapman urged fans to vote for his wife, Jamie Pilar Chapman, to be on the cover of the tattoo magazine.
Dog, 67, retweeted: “Please vote for Jamie daily.”
Jamie wrote earlier this month: “So it is voting season again! Voting has OFFICIALLY OPENED! Share with your friends & family! REMEMBER you get to VOTE DAILY! Every person matters & so do your votes!
“Last time I did this [Beth] was rooting me on. I feel her presence with all of the love & support through you guys. So thank you… LINK TO VOTE is in my INSTAGRAM BIO & STORY.”
Dog has also been posting about his upcoming appearance at Comic Con in Scotland with Leland in October 2020.
He also reunited with his stepdaughter Cecily for the first time in eight months to promote her clothing line “For Beth.”
He even reconnected with his granddaughter Abbie after they became estranged because of his feud with his daughter Lyssa.
Dog’s support of his family comes after he feuded with them over his relationship Moon.
As readers know, Dog’s daughter Lyssa slammed him and Moon for dating only months after Beth’s June 2019 death from cancer.
Lyssa fired: “You’re a disgusting woman. Any person who moves in on a man weeks after losing his wife, who you were supposed to be a ‘friend’ to, is the lowest scum on the planet.”
Moon, who was Beth’s maid of honor, even moved into his home and slept in their bed.
In February, Dog proposed to Moon on The Dr. Oz Show.
When she turned down his proposal, he explained he asked her to marry him to prove they are not romantically involved.
She then moved out of his Colorado home.
The Sun exclusively reported the family was “relieved” when Moon moved out of his house.
While Dog has been focusing on his family, Moon has been “moving forward.”
She retweeted earlier this week: "The phrase, 'Everything happens for a reason,' may not take away your pain, but it will allow you to move forward with your life.
"Trusting in a bigger picture helps you paint a better ending.”
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